This Wednesday marks a milestone for JBLâ<80><99>s Layfield Energy â<80>¦ and an historic day for men. Inspired by the centuries-old Caribbean legend of a similar namesake, John â<80><9c>Bradshawâ<80> Layfield unveils a revolutionary and all-new product in male performance: Mamajuana Energy. This special formula whose lore boasts the capacity to combat everything from exhaustion to the common cold is being brought to the United States by the media maven, himself. At last, this energy potion becomes available tonight at 6 p.m. ET, exclusively online at www.mamajuanaenergy.com. Forming a partnership with leading nutraceutical company Baywood International, Inc., the former WWE Champion spent the greater portion of a year concocting the 2-oz. shot of non-alcoholic liquid energy. â<80><9c>This is virility, vitality in a bottle,â<80> a highly excited JBL told WWE.com in a candid interview. â<80><9c>Weâ<80><99>re going to have wives calling us ordering [Mamajuana Energy] for their husbands. There is nothing like this â<80>” and thatâ<80><99>s not exaggeration, thatâ<80><99>s not Don King hype.â<80> According to JBL, Mamajuana is an â<80><9c>alternative, all-natural replacement for Cialisâ<80> and other similar products, unique in its potency and available without a visit to a doctor or pharmacy. He also added that the flavored serum has received strictly positive feedback from every single male who has sampled it, no matter their age â<80>” and JBL is among them. To commemorate the premiere of Mamajuana Energy tonight, JBL will host a private launch party at one of the most exclusive bars in his Big Apple backyard of New York City. With an invite list that includes everyone from ZZ Topâ<80><99>s Billy Gibbons to WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon, JBL will be toasting Mamajuana with friends, business associates, media and celebrities alike.
Peter Rosenberg had the opportunity to interview Ric Flair the day of WWEâ<80><99>s Royal Rumble pay-per-view. The interview is now online at Rosenbergâ<80><99>s website along with a picture of him with Ric Flair.
Vladimir Kozlov worked a dark match at last nightâ<80><99>s ECW/SmackDown tapings from Reading, PA. Kozlov signed a WWE developmental contract back in January 2006. He has made a few television appearances for the company but as of late has been doing nothing more than dark matches. Kozlov was originally sent to Deep South Wrestling but since its demise he has been working in WWEâ<80><99>s Ohio Valley Wrestling developmental territory.